Recorded March, 9th, 2006 at the Boulder Theater, Thurston Moore of Sonic Youth performs his poetry and music as part of a benifit for Burma Life and La Casa de la Esperanza. For the first half of the recording, Thrurston reads poems from his books, Alabama Wildman, What I like About Feminism and Nice War, the latter two in their entirety. The second half is a set of songs mostly from the Sonic Youth Ep, Rather Ripped (release date, June 2006) including, Lights Out, Incinerate, Sleeping Around, Pink Steam, and Or. The final song is a colloaboration with ealier performers, Strangers Die Everyday (see D-06-0003) titled, Walrus. Thurston Moore plays guitar and recites, They are Bombing the Garden of Eden, a poem by James Broughtan (1913-1999).